Hammerhead Sleds is a Vermont based sled manufacturing company and they're making some of the coolest big kid sleds you've ever seen.

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Not only is it Friday, but it’s also a Snow Day here in Chicago! Judging from the map on The Weather Channel, there’s a good chance that you’re enjoying a Snow Day too. My favorite thing to do when school was cancelled was to go sledding, and I haven’t outgrown it yet. If downtown Chicago had a single decent hill, I’d be there as soon as I finish writing this. Of course, I’d have to stop and buy a sled first. In college it’s easy – you just “borrow” a tray from the dining hall, and that’s your sled for the winter, but when you’re an adult you need to take things a little more seriously. That’s why Hammerhead Sleds exists. They make sleds for big kids. Actually, that’s an understatement. They make the most bad ass sleds that I have ever seen. These sleds aren’t cheap, though. They run $349, but they sure look worth it.

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Hammerhead Sleds is formerly known as CherryMax sleds, so you might see that name some places on their website, but don’t worry it’s the same company. They’re a very small Vermont based company that started in 2002 and is revitalizing the sport of sledding. There’s a great article about their business in Business People – Vermont, and judging from the kind of media and press attention that Hammerhead Sleds has been getting recently, this company could be getting a lot bigger in the near future. According to both the article we read about them and the Team page on their website, Hammerhead Sleds has fewer than 10 employees. They do, however, have a Careers page that lists job openings (that happen to be about a year old). All of those job opening are in Sales, but there may be the potential for jobs in Marketing, Engineering, or Product Development. It’s up to you find out what’s available (or to sell them on why they need you to join their team). I can’t seem to find details of exactly where Hammerhead Sleds is located, but it’s somewhere in Northern Vermont. If you’re interested in working for them, you can give them a call at 802-425-6300 or you can use their Team page to get e-mail addresses for individuals at the company.

Good luck, enjoy the Snow Day, and if you’re going sledding, use Hammer Head Sleds’ hill database to find a suitable location.

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One response to “Hammerhead Sleds”

  1. Monica says:

    I, alas, trudged into work – walking on the street since the sidewalks are not plowed. I need rent money…but I am planning on doing some fun in the snow over the weekend! Yay for snow days!

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